Upcoming Speaker Event:

Heidi Gengenbach

"'Crippled for Cassava'?: Gender, History and Violence in a Mozambique Development Scheme"

Tuesday, April 2, 2-4pm

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Caitlin Ryan 


Gender, Patronage and Race in Modernist Agribusiness 


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Caitlin Ryan 


(Re)colonizing Agriculture in the Name of 'Development' 


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Women and Wars in Translation


 Women and Wars is now available in Arabic and Spanish


Arabic: المرأة والحرب 


Spanish: Las mujeres y las guerras


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Why do ideas about femininity and masculinity matter in international relations, national security, and nuclear strategic thinking?


Read Consortium Director Carol Cohn's Op-Ed in the New York Times


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Lilli Carré for the New York Times

Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda


"Securing Rights & Unleashing the Potential of African Women and Girls: Lessons from the Campaign to End Child Marriage in Africa"


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*New Workshop Report*

What Kind of Growth?
Economies that Work for Women in
Post-War Settings

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Cynthia Enloe


What Do the #MeToo Revelations Tell Us about Women and Wars?


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www.womensmarchmn.com

Smita Ramnarain 


Exploring the Continuum: Gendered Violence in Post-Conflict Landscapes 


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WOREC Nepal, 15 May 2014

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The Consortium’s work aims to use knowledge about gender and security to end armed conflicts and build sustainable international peace. We seek to further the development of new knowledge on the topics of gender, armed conflict and security, while also bridging the gap between the scholarly research community and policy makers. With a stronger, international, collaboration between scholars and policy practitioners, we believe that lasting and peaceful change can be sustained.

What We Are Doing

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"With its diverse, thoughtful, and theoretically rich perspectives on gender, conflict, and violence, Women and Wars stands out from the crowd as an exceptional and interdisciplinary contribution to the field." - Megan MacKenzie

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The Consortium Annotated Bibliography project provides the policy, activist and scholarly communities with access to the findings of the burgeoning academic research in this field.
 

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Our Research Hub is a comprehensive, publicly accessible database of scholarly research on topics related to gender, armed conflict, peacebuilding, security and the construction of more just post-conflict societies.

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Our Speaker Series brings an international roster of frontline practitioners, reflective activists and engaged scholarsTheir talks address the complex realities of women’s and men’s lives and livelihoods in conflict-affected areas…

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